Mel’s commitment to social justice and inclusivity is evident in every aspect of her life. Her passion for people is clear; from her job teaching young people with autism and challenging behaviour, through her role as City Councillor in St Stephens, to her family life as a single Mum and a brilliant musician.
Mel will stand up for what is really important: our local economy, education, the environment, health, welfare and housing. She will hold Kent County Council to their promise of net-zero emission by 2050, push to make our roads safer through investing in smart cycle lanes and footpaths and eco-friendly public transport, and champion free travel to and from school for Kent’s children.
Mel’s election to Kent County Council would make environmental action, our local resources and education accessible to all. She is a city councillor for St Stephens Ward.
Mel’s actions speak for her belief that this County belongs to us all; not just the privileged few.